Hey guys! This is literally the breakdown of what happened when writing my short stories for the NaNoWriMo challenge, and why I went about it the way I did. Honestly, I had the idea for a long time to do four short stories, one for each Sunday in November (after 1st November, of course). This
Month: November 2020
Hey guys! So as it turns out, I didn’t actually do an introduction to last week’s short story. Whoops! Well, never mind that! I’m bringing you the final part of this NaNoWriMo challenge! It’s been an interesting ride, but here you go! This was a repurposed form of a story I had for another project.
I faintly said my goodbye to the last customer for the day, before walking to the front door and turning the sign over so that it said ‘CLOSED’. I started feeling a little faint, as the day was the busiest by far this current year. People were buying presents and ingredients for potions, as Valentine’s
Hey guys! I thought I’d launch a WIP announcement post (although I have a lot of works in progress right now). This one is one I’ve been working on for roughly a year now, and I thought this would be a great opportunity to go over what I have ready. As you probably know if
Hey guys! I’m bringing you the second of four short stories The prompt is: Nobody knows you have a superpower: The power to identify superpowered individuals. Then one day, someone looks at you and you know that look: They have the same power as you. Invisibility. Teleporter. Fire-breather. Immortal – huh, that’s rare. I was
Hey guys! We’re here, with my first entry of this year’s NaNoWriMo challenge! The prompt is: The year is 2098. Overpopulation has ravaged the UK to the point of decommission. To reduce the population, the government now provides subsidies to families of those who volunteer to die for the greater good. The average life is
Hey guys! It’s that time of year where people write stories because it’s November! Last year, I did a similar thing, but this year’s will be different, owing to the fact that, well, I don’t want to write thirty stories again! So what is the NaNoWriMo challenge? Well, normally people write a 50,000 word manuscript